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Meaning of ISO, according to the Dictionary of International Trade (Global Negotiator): The International Standards Organization was established in 1947 as a worldwide federation of national bodies representing approximately 90 members. The scope of ISO covers standardization in all fields except electrical and electronic engineering standards, which are the responsibility of the International Electrical Commission (IEC). ISO is the world’s largest non-governmental system for voluntary industrial and technical collaboration at the international level. The result of ISO technical work is published in the form of international standards.Website.

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  • International Organization
  • Foreign Relations
  • Intergovernmental Organization
  • Regional Organization
  • Regional Integration

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International Organisations > Non-governmental organisations > Non-governmental organisation
Production, Technology And Research > Technology and technical regulations > Technical regulations > Standardisation > International standard

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International Organisations > Non-governmental organisations > Non-governmental organisation > ISO
Production, Technology And Research > Technology and technical regulations > Technical regulations > Standardisation > International standard > ISO

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  • International Organization for Standardization

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